A win for the theory that a US president can get his way simply by scaring the bejesus
out of the rest of the world?
It was our Andy cementing his place in sporting history, adding another layer to his gilded legacy and generally scaring the bejesus
out of us as per in a four-hour epic.
We thought we needed the firepower because that was back in the days of the big hunting camps and big deer drives--25 guys (and the occasional gal) moving through the woods like a Civil War skirmish line, scaring the bejesus
out of every critter in the forest.
There was no sign of the NIH (Not Invented Here) syndrome when those big chains came to town, yet a prospective Whole Foods store is scaring the bejesus
out of a certain population and retail segment.
The Willard Library in Evansville, Indiana is purportedly inhabited by the "gray lady," who floats around scaring the bejesus
out of anyone and everyone.
ON MOTHERHOOD: I'm 36 right now and considering parenthood, and even now it is scaring the bejesus
out of me.
The press is scaring the bejesus
out of people by sending doom-and-gloom stories every day," said Jim Knee, principal of Sterling Financial Services LLC in Concord.
And before you can say The Hitcher, their new road buddy is scaring the bejesus
out of them both, culminating in a predictable but very gory showdown.
Not even the one-eyed black cat that is always there scaring the bejesus
out of the Long Suffering Marjorie.
Most of them are used for "fun," which in this case means scarring the land, scaring the bejesus
out of wildlife and totally destroying the peace and quiet for miles around.
I know everyone thinks their family is slightly odd, but sadly mine goes way beyond any reasonable semblance of strangeness into the hazy, freaky, Rosemary's Baby kind of category widely known as Whoa There, You're Scaring the Bejesus
Out of Me.
Boyle (``Trainspotting,'' ``Shallow Grave''), teaming again with screenwriter Alex Garland (``The Beach''), takes the conventions of the genre and twists them to fine effect, crafting a movie that, in the best horror tradition, leaves much to the imagination while scaring the bejesus
out of you.
The BBC seem to have taken an unusual Daily Mail stance in their documentaries in recent months, scaring the bejesus
out of viewers with doom and gloom docu-dramas which have focused on the cataclysmic effects of a small pox outbreak in America, the dropping of a dirty bomb in London and traffic chaos in the UK a week before Christmas.
Those crazy Japanese came up with a new way of scaring the bejesus
out of horror audiences with this atmospheric shocker.
But along the way of scaring the bejesus
out of his volunteers by convincing them the spirit of a non-existent woman called Jane had dropped by, he probably induced a few heart attacks in the watching audience.